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  • Market Watch: Super-hot Bhut Jolokia chiles

    Market Watch: Super-hot Bhut Jolokia chiles
    For certain people, finding and triumphing over the world's hottest chile is one of those captivating, extreme pursuits like climbing Mt. Everest or running an ultramarathon in Death Valley in July. Even for nonparticipants, the spectacle of the quest...
  • Football: Ex-UCLA player Trinidad Garcia is new coach at San Fernando

     
    Trinidad Roberto Garcia, a former UCLA defensive tackle, has been named football coach at San Fernando. Garcia was the junior varsity coach. He replaces Tom Hernandez, who decided to step down after his second stint as coach. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • Shane Mosley trainer: Manny Pacquiao repeats mistake we'll capitalize upon

     
    Shane Mosley's trainer Naazim Richardson found by studying film big flaws that helped Bernard Hopkins upset previous unbeatens Felix Trinidad and Kelly Pavlik. Thursday, Richardson said he's found a repeated weakness in Manny Pacquiao that will help 8-to-...
  • Project Runway recap: Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are back!

     
    Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn return with Project Runway and a rapidly-shrinking roster of designers....
  • Mexico violence claims another member of peace movement

     
    Mexico Violence Peace Activist: Another member of a Mexican peace movement has been slain, the second such incident in less than two weeks. Also, Mexican President Felipe Calderon used a televised interview to defend himself against a lawsuit brought by a...
  • 25 literary resolutions for 2012. What's yours?

     
    25 authors and editors share their literary resolutions for 2012. What's yours?...
  • Andrew Zimmern seeks out “Bizarre Foods America”

     
    Since his first hourlong Bizarre Foods special in 2006, Andrew Zimmern — James Beard Award-winning chef, journalist and natural-born storyteller — has been taking television audiences around the globe to sample exotic (and sometimes icky)...
  • Aarón Sanchez puts the heat in Food Network’s “Heat Seekers” — and the zen in “Chopped”

     
    Aarón Sanchez grew up the spirited son of legendary Mexican cooking authority Zarela Martinez in a household that prized independence and Latin culture — and the ability to make magic in the kitchen. So it's little surprise that Sanchez would follow...
  • 5.6 earthquake felt across California's north coast

     
    A magnitude 5.6 earthquake was felt across a wide swath of California's north coast but there were no reports of damage. The temblor was reported Monday afternoon six miles from Weitchpec, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It occurred......
  • Facing outrage, Josh Powell's family gives up on burial near sons

     
    Josh Powell: Josh Powell's mother said she erred by trying to buy her son in the same cemetery as his two young sons -- the boys Powell killed in a fiery explosion. It remains unclear, however, where he will be buried....
  • World's hottest chile pepper: The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion!

     
    The chili pepper, which comes from the central south coast of Trinidad, is certifiably potent: Testing showed its mean heat score topped more than 1.2 million heat units on the Scoville scale used to grade peppers....